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Letsencrypt and support for Google Chrome “Requiring Certificate Transparency in 2017”

Posted by jpluimers on 2016/10/29

This week there was the very important Google Chrome Announcement: Requiring Certificate Transparency in 2017 – Google Groups [].

I’m glad that letsencrypt already submits all certificates to Certificate Transparency logs [WayBack] for X1 and X3 but there is more to it as you can read in How Certificate Transparency Works – Certificate Transparency [WayBack].

So there’s a [Google Chrome] Announcement: Requiring Certificate Transparency in 2017 – Feature Requests – Let’s Encrypt Community Support [WayBack and].

Hopefully one or both of these issues see some progress soon:


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